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LogicMonitor Platform Extended to Include SiteMonitor™ Website and Synthetic Transaction Performance Monitoring

LogicMonitor, the automated IT infrastructure performance monitoring platform, today announced SiteMonitor, a free addition to its widely-deployed SaaS solution. With SiteMonitor, LogicMonitor customers no longer need to rely on separate website or transaction monitoring tools to monitor the performance of website properties and web application synthetic transaction checks.

“LogicMonitor is built to help IT Ops professionals in fast-scaling IT environments,” said LogicMonitor’s CEO, Kevin McGibben. “Website performance and transaction performance are building blocks to an online business – revenues and customer experience depend on the performance of not only the websites but also the underlying IT infrastructure that powers them. SiteMonitor is a natural addition to our platform.”

Web technology and media companies are often managing dozens or hundreds of URLs, and are increasingly dependent on fast website transactions. Hundreds of LogicMonitor clients are already using SiteMonitor to proactively alert on issues and consolidate monitoring technology tool sets. In addition, leading service providers are using SiteMonitor for monitoring their own properties as well as customer website performance.

Compared to basic website monitoring tools on the market, the expansion of the monitoring platform offers insight into both website (and website transaction) performance as well as the technology infrastructure that delivers Web applications.

With SiteMonitor, LogicMonitor clients still get all of the capabilities of the platform, including alert routing flexibility, role-based access control, unlimited alerting, unlimited users, dashboards and reports.

According to McGibben, “Other external website monitoring tools tend to ‘nickel and dime’ for what we consider to be fundamental needs in a monitoring platform. SiteMonitor is part of a larger monitoring platform that eliminates the need for multiple monitoring tools. We’re able to provide deep metrics on their infrastructure to quickly resolve any issues.”

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